Saturday , September 23 2017

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A bit of politics

On the Internet, documents appeared confirming the supply of lethal weapons from the United States to Ukraine. The documents indicate that as early as November 11, 2016, an agreement was signed between the State Enterprise Spetstekhnoexport and the American company AirTronic for the supply of 100 units of hand grenades …

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The talks between Putin and Abe will become “historical

News in Russia and in the world today, September 6. The Prime Minister of the “rising sun” designated the dialogue with the head of the Russian Federation as “historical” and showed confidence that together they will be able to solve problems of any complexity. The main prerequisite for this, Shinzo …

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Amanda Nunez, Valentina Shevchenko

The former contender for the belt Valentina Shevchenko (14-3) expressed disagreement with the decision of the judges for her fight against Amanda Nunez (15-4). “I want to get my title and I’m ready for another meeting with Amanda because I disagree with the decision, I know it was my fight. …

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Philippine’s leader on human rights: “Don’t go there”

MANILA, Philippines — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte met Monday with America’s best negotiator, where he voiced solidarity with the U.S. in the midst of global worries over North Korea’s atomic program and furiously expelled media inquiries regarding human rights manhandle by his administration. Duterte and U.S. Secretary of State Rex …

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Best Intel authorities Coats and Rogers say they’ve never been “constrained” on Russia examinations

WASHINGTON — Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers told a Senate board Wednesday that they would not answer inquiries regarding whether President Trump requesting that they make light of conceivable conspiracy between the Trump crusade and Russian authorities in a year ago’s race, …

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